Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce took the entertainment world by storm and although it has been six months and counting, news and developments about their separation are still being watched out for. If there's anyone else greatly affected by the Brangelina divorce, it's the couple's kids who are getting the firsthand blow.
In the early stages of Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie divorce, all of their kids are reportedly staying with the "Maleficent" actress. However, reports have been circulating on the internet that Pitt is not giving up on the custody for their children and is lobbying to get some quality time with their six children.
At first glance, it appeared like child custody would be a difficult subject in Pitt and Jolie's case. However, it seems like the children will be seeing "The Curious Case Of Benjamin Button" actor once again as Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie are reportedly on speaking terms once again. According to Entertainment Tonight, the ex-lovers are reportedly openly communicating which might be a good sign that their divorce is falling into the amicable and civil category.
Sources close to Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie reveal that they are moving on and taking the time to heal as the reports and the hype of their separation began to die down. It can be remembered that when reps of Pitt and Jolie confirmed the divorce, both parties were intentionally avoiding the press and the paparazzi in general. Given that their privacy was for the sake of their kids, it also brought a sense of peace and avoided further relationship tension that might ensue.
According to E! News, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie's kids will always come first, no matter what happens with the A-listers' divorce. Whether it will end up amicably or crash and burn like sad movies, the six kids of Brangelina will be assured that they will grow up loved and cared for by both their parents.